KETCHIKAN, Alaska — Eight Holland America cruise ship passengers and their pilot were killed in a plane crash Thursday afternoon during an Alaskan fjord excursion when the DHC-3 Otter floatplane crashed into the side of a cliff. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), which is investigating the crash, said that the plane crashed in “an area of steep, mountainous terrain about 25 miles northeast of Ketchikan,” part of Misty Fjords National Monument. The pilot of another Ketchikan-based charter and sightseeing airplane company first spotted the crash on a granite rock face about 800 feet above Ella Lake, Alaska state troopers ... Read More
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